Data-Pixel PM Aligner & DScope Solution

Data-Pixel PM Aligner & DScope Solution

A complete solution to align Polarisation Maintaining fiber in a connector, PM ALIGNER and DScope-PM are two products which will enable you to accurately mechanically align the stress elements of a PANDA Polarisation-Maintaining fibre with the key of a connector. PM ALIGNER features an exceptional

Specifications

DScope PM ALIGNER & DScope-PM

Key features
True Koehler optical design for perfectly homogeneous lighting
BLINK-Automated Visual Inspection software detects in real-time the fiber
location and analyses surface defects
Unique ability to define independent gain and contrast levels for the fiber and
ferrule regions for optimized simultaneous viewing of both areas
Adaptors for all PC & APC, SF & MF connectors
High-speed USB 2.0 for live digital image
Field-stop and Aperture-stop diaphragms
Deep-blue long-life LED light source
Second oblique light source for surface cleanness inspection
Ergonomic fine focus control
Focus quality indicator in D-Scope software
Software and Hardware automation capabilities
Also available as analog output for use with a CRT screen only

This unique microscope combines high quality optics with a modern and
ergonomic design ideally suited to fiber optic inspection applications.
Until the D-Scope, most microscopes were suffering from poor illumination quality yielding variable and non-reproducible
image quality even amongst scopes of the same kind.
PM ALIGNER and DScope-PM are two products which will enable you to accurately mechanically align the stress
elements of a PANDA Polarisation-Maintaining fibre with the key of a connector. PM ALIGNER features an exceptional
long working distance of 65mm giving the operator a spacious workspace between the optical measuring head and
the connector endface

DScope-PM combines the high quality inspection image of the DScope microscopes with its low cost advantage.
The BLINK-PM software module will measure in real-time the angular alignment of the stress elements and let the
operator rapidly position them to the required angular position.